1928 Ford Model A $19,500 Negotiable on 2040-cars
Jackson, Tennessee, United States
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1928 Ford Model A $19,500 negotiable
Location: Jackson, Tennessee USA 38305
Contact: Rick (731)-668-9364
All original 28 Model A Roadster for sale! Very pristine condition and ready to be purchased and enjoyed. Comes with the original, numbers matching 4 cylinder engine that has 30,000 original miles! 2 door car, 2 wheel drive, 3-speed manual transmission, and an amazing 9 out of 10 condition.
Shell gold exterior, with a black vinyl interior. Some records and receipts have been kept for the car over the years on the restoration and parts, the car has always been well maintained, and always garage kept. It has a 6-volt battery system, newer brakes, and new tires and a new top.
Here are some additional notes directly from the owner.
*Grundy Worldwide insured agreed value $30,000.
*30 W oil - no filter. Uses regular fuel
*2/21/2005 new zenith carb
2/21/2005 6 volt alt for reliability
12/3/2004 side curtains
1/19/2010 rebuilt starter
3/14/2005 red steering wheel
10/08/2005 new steering column
11/5/2005 new top and frame from LeBaron Bonney
7/6/2005 new tires from Coker Tires
7/22/2005 new brake rods
3/17/2006 water pump
3/14/2005 new spartan horns
*black roll tuck front, rumble seat & door panels
Please call Rick at the phone number above to see the car, ask questions, or to make an offer. This is a very good price on this 28' so no low ball offers. Any reasonable offer will not be refused. Thanks for looking.
Ford Model A for Sale
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Auto blogMon, 15 Sep 2014 13:59:00 EST
Alan Mulally will not be following his successful term as president and CEO of Ford Motor Company with a run at an even bigger presidency. Rumors that the 68-year-old former Boeing exec would make a run at the White House sprouted after his apparent dodging of a reporter's questions about a potential candidacy during a forum in Indianapolis.
"I really think it's important that we all pull together. We really need to pull together around a compelling vision for our country and a comprehensive strategy to do it and work together. We really need to do it," Mulally said at the conference, according to The Detroit News.
He's since clarified by saying, "[I'm] honored at the suggestion, but that is not a role I am considering."
Mark Fields' travels on the friendly skies will soon be a relatively personal affair, as the new CEO at Ford will be required to resume air travel via the company's private planes. Fields caught plenty of flak in 2007 for flying on the company's dime to visit his family in Florida. He's since flown commercial.
According to Ford spokesperson Susan Krusel, who spoke to Bloomberg, Fields (pictured above right, with Bill Ford, Jr. at center and Alan Mulally at left) will switch to private travel "for safety and to maximize his availability for company business." In addition to his new travel arrangements, the 53-year-old exec's salary and bonuses have been revealed.
Regulatory filings by Ford revealed that Fields, whose first day in the big chair was July 1, will receive a base salary this year of $1.25 million and he'll be eligible for $3.5 million in bonuses, both of which are lower than Alan Mulally's $2 million salary and $5.88 million in bonuses received last year. That's also lower than General Motors CEO Mary Barra's alleged $1.6-million salary and considerably less than Sergio Marchionne's $3.19-million fixed salary from Fiat. Despite falling short of other CEOs, Fields' new pay still represents a 33-percent increase over his pay as Chief Operating Officer.
Whether fitted with soft or hard folding lids, today's droptops are better than ever for year-round motoring. Advancements in power top mechanisms, sealing, aerodynamics, structural rigidity, rollover safety and creature comforts like heated and cooled seats mean that modern convertibles are more versatile and better to drive than ever before. Yet the segment's sales took a dive during the recession and haven't come back, Automotive News reports.
Part of that is because automakers are looking at today's more sensible buyers and simply not developing as many new models, and that lack of fresh iron is curbing sales. AN cites R.L. Polk data which notes that only about one percent of new vehicles registered in the US last year had tops that folded. Back in 2009, it was 1.4 percent, and it was 2 percent in 2006. All-in, some 151,636 convertibles were registered in 2012. That's more units more than were registered in each of the past three years, but the market has also grown as the economy has picked up speed, and as a percentage of new vehicles purchased, convertible sales are lagging.
Thus far in 2013, the Ford Mustang is America's top-selling convertible, with 6,421 units registered through the end of April, followed by its rival, the Chevrolet Camaro, at 4,751 units. The Volkswagen Beetle isn't far behind, with 4,305, but from that point, it's a steep drop off to the fourth-place Mercedes-Benz SL-Class and its 2,380 sales.